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that are more difficult than others to make
- 23 people (41%) thought that the CJEU has not yet been asked to rule on national systems of subject-matter categorisation;
- 22 people (39%) believed that the answer should be in the sense that we are now required to protect anything that is a 'work' if it displays sufficient originality;
- Finally, 11 voters (19%) held the opinion that it all depends on whether the CJEU wants to have a particular work (eg a graphic user interface) protected by copyright.